The Academic Internship Council (AIC), a leading US-based non-profit organization, with International offices in Toronto, Singapore & Mumbai, specializing in academic internships. AIC provides quality programs for domestic and international university partners. Building on three decades of experience delivering international internship programs, we remain committed to personalized student development, strong employer relationships, and meaningful academic partnerships.
Engineering Internship Placement Coordinator Position
The AIC has partnered up with a major Educational institution to place over 125 University Students into Engineering workplace experiences from May – August, 2014. The successful candidate will work with the Toronto Site Director and another Internship Coordinator to research and place the students into suitable workplace experiences.
The Internship Placement Coordinator position will be a 4 month contract. The suitable candidate should have experience in the field of Engineering, whether it be with an Engineering Degree, and/or experience in the Engineering HR sector. The start date is ASAP, with the end date being the end of May, 2014.
All applicants should possess the following:
- An Engineering Degree, and/or experience in the Engineering HR sector
- Understanding the Portuguese language is desired, but not manditory
- Strong problem solving abilities, and the ability to think outside of the box
- Interest in the field of career development, student affairs, engineering education, and/or international education.
- Strong research and communications skills, which will include “cold calling” employers
- Ability to multi-task
- Ability to work autonomously and in small group situations
- Attention to detail and documenting your work are essential
- Working knowledge of MS Word, Excel, Power Point and Mac OSX
- Familiarity with FileMaker Pro is beneficial, but not necessary
Compensation will be commensurate with experience.
Interested individuals should email a resume and cover letter detailing their interest to Toronto Site Director, Matt Byrnes.